What Drives Bhanu Choudhrie, the Indian Businessman Who Built C&C Alpha Group?
Bhanu Choudhrie founded C&C Alpha Group in London in 2002 and served as its executive director until January of 2011. He is a major shareholder of BCCL Holdings and owns more than 25% of voting shares, according to Forbes. Bhanu Choudhrie is a founding member of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce. He is on the boards of several organizations including the India Trade Development Council and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
According to Forbes, Bhanu Choudhrie currently earns more than $300,000 a year as a director of the C&C Alpha Group. He also founded Divyangjan, a social charity established in 2009 that provides educational opportunities and legal support to the physically challenged. It operates a subsidiary in Mauritius and BVI and an affiliate in the U.S. Also, the C&C Alpha Group has two other companies C&C Alpha Fund and C&C Alpha Private Limited which are set up as investment vehicles to help fund the company’s investments.
Also, in September of 2000, he founded Alpha Investments LLP and is the chairman and managing director. Bhanu Choudhrie early career included working as a real estate investor in London and Hong Kong, and later a stint with the Treasury Markets Association of Hong Kong, where he negotiated complex hedging transactions in Hong Kong’s financial markets. His career as an investment advisor began in 2004, when he became an asset manager for the funds of a U.K. financial adviser.
In 2016, he was ranked the sixth most Bhanu Choudhrie in various positions over the years. These include positions at Wavemaker, Ltd, Anterra, Lifestyle, DigitasLBi, Phoenix, 360° Media and as director of West India Cements. He was instrumental in helping the group gain acceptance from the government of India, something that was not the case when he founded the business in the late 1990’s. Go Here for related Information.